Reviews

  • Reads as China's Midnight's Children. Utterly remarkable

    The Independent
  • An extraordinary novel. Erudite, intriguing and compulsively readable, THE INCARNATIONS takes the reader on an intimate and mesmerizing journey through Chinese history. Susan Barker, a born story-teller, has written one of the most remarkable novels of recent years.

    JOHN BOYNE
  • A thrilling journey through a thousand years of obsession and betrayal and a vivid tapestry of the individual's struggle against the tyranny of history, this is the most extraordinary work of imagination you'll read all year

    ADAM JOHNSON, WINNER OF THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR FICTION 2013
  • A brilliant, mind-expanding and wildly original novel

    CHRIS CLEAVE
  • What a ferociously talented writer Susan Barker is. The Incarnations is a hallucinatory ride. Highly recommend

    ANNA HOPE, Author of WAKE
  • Remarkable - ambitious in scope, painstakingly researched and most importantly, a gripping read.

    Publishing Perspectives
  • Letters from someone who claims to have known him for 1,000 years unsettle a cabbie.

    The Observer
  • A MUST-READ - July picks

    Marie-Claire Magazine
  • Ambitious in scope, scholarly in depth, and absolutely rivetting ...Sure to make an impact and she deserves all the praise - and most likely prize(s) - that will follow.

    South China Post
  • Light and often witty ...There is tragedy, though perhaps not where the reader expects it, but there is also hope.

    www.thatsmags.com China

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